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coste cost the people more? in the daily beast, leslie gelb said nettanyahu can argue a new israeli offer would be greeted as a sign of weakness, but those rationalizations find less and less resonance worldwide. even among those whose hearts are with israel. so does netanyahu lose something in being so bellicose rather than focusing on another attempt at the peace process? >> he may lose something in his leader, in the eyes of the world opinion, but that doesn't matter so much to him. he has an election two months from now. that matters a lot, and israel doesn't pay a big price for this. what does israel want from the world? it wants support from the united states, from the west for its position. it has that. and the obama administration over the last seven or eight days has repeatedly reiterated that position. it wants markets and access like any other country for its economic activity. it still has that. so israel hasn't yet paid a deep economic price. it has paid a price in uncertainty. it has paid a price in the nervousness and the lives that we were just discussing of the peop
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